I recently deleted my Flask application’s MySQL database, but had a backup to restore from. However, after restoring the database from backup, I encountered an undocumented error. When I tried to access the application, I got a blank screen with the message “There is an error in the URL. Please enter it correctly.”
I noticed that the old ‘localstore’ ‘g’ is missing in the backup. This may be the cause of your problem. I don’t know the exact cause of the error, but it could be related to cookies or cached data.
I received a response to this issue that suggested deleting her cookies in the browser or using incognito mode. However, I’m not sure if this is the best solution or if there is a better way to solve the problem.
Could you provide more information about what is causing the error and how best to fix it? Any help or guidance on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
delete browser cookies.
or use incognito mode
This error was not documented, the only thing it showed was a blank screen saying "error in url make sure you type it correctly"
Answered By – devdariill
Answer Checked By – Katrina (Easybugfix Volunteer)